Southern California Gas issued a high-linepack OFO for Sunday with 10% tolerance for positive daily imbalances, but did not extend the order to Monday.
Pacific Gas & Electric implemented a customer-specific Stage 2 high-inventory OFO Saturday, then canceled it Sunday.
Saying it anticipated that system linepack would return to the normal range later Monday, El Paso canceled Friday’s high inventory warning that had raised the prospect of a Strained Operating Condition being declared.
Westcoast changed its imbalance tolerance range from the normal 10% pack/10% draft to zero pack/20% draft Monday.
Affiliated pipelines Panhandle Eastern and Trunkline lifted Monday operational alerts that had been implemented Feb. 1 to limit hourly takes at delivery points.
Southern Natural Gas reported completion of repairs to third-party damage on the 18-inch diameter South Pass Line Friday afternoon and said it would resume accepting nominations at the Main Pass 61A, Main Pass 61B and Main Pass 61B Buy Back meters on the next available scheduling cycle.
CIG took Greasewood Compressor Station out of service Friday afternoon for maintenance, reducing station capacity from 195 MMcf/d to 130 MMcf/d. The work was completed over the weekend and full Greasewood capacity was restored effective with Cycle 3 nominations for Monday’s gas day.
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